Days Inn - Aerotech
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... were groggy and not too keen on getting up at 6:15, but we wanted a 7:00 a.m. departure, so we had to roust them.
The toughest part is always saying good-bye to Rally, but we have a great dog/hamster/house sitter, so we're feeling good. We’ll miss her like crazy, of course, but she’s in good hands. Rally seemed non-plussed by the whole event, laying on the comfy master bed between the pillows as we made our good-byes.
Holy smokes the bucket list is severely diminished today! A 5:00am start today. (Not a typo) Off to Boulder to experience my first hot air balloon ride. Started off with coffee and pastries then the balloons were inflated. First the balloon was rolled out and the the basket attached. Chip lent assistance holding the balloon open while it was inflated with cool air. Next the burners were engaged and the balloon became upright. Pauline ...
Linda, Sabina, Julian, Manuel, Chuckie and I took a day trip to Colorado Springs, We wanted to see the the Garden of the Gods Park. It is land donated to the city of Colorado Springs by a family in memory of their father and the land was specified to be free to the public. Traveling to Colorado Springs we pass several towns or cities, one being Castle Rock named after a rock formation ...
... continued to develop. We sold the Hi-Lo because of a potential layoff. We missed camping, and found an inexpensive Excel travel trailer. We enjoyed this camper for several years but it had many flaws, so we sold it and started looking for a 5th wheel.
We bought a 34 ft. Terry 5th wheel, which we completely redecorated. We loved ...
... photos, including waiting many minutes to get some pictures of the whole chapel with no people in them.
One tidbit I should mention: this chapel is the Protestant chapel. Downstairs, in the basement, are a Catholic chapel, a Jewish chapel, and a Buddhist chapel. We did not tour those as we were upstairs in the Protestant chapel right up to closing, and ran out of time. The Wikipedia link above has photos.